Plenty of dyslexics can empathise with reading anxiety or a phobia related to reading. This anxiety is marked by a student’s avoidance of reading, feelings of dread when asked to read, and general disbelief in her or his own ability to read.
Dyscalculia: even the term sounds unfamiliar. Many people with dyscalculia might not even know the condition exists. Instead, they may just think they have difficulty with math, or that anything with numbers is a struggle for them.
The earlier dyslexia is diagnosed, the sooner intervention can help children overcome their learning difficulties. This list from the Dybuster website shows that early symptoms may include difficulty with: